Wednesday, January 14, 2009
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All Around Alphabet (double) + numbers
Portfolio Series: Keeping in Touch (2002) + Gifts & Giving (2003) As a set.
All Year Cheer 3
Swirl Frame Fun
Expressive Flexible Phrases
Greeting for All Reasons
Loving Hears + matching wheel
Love without End
DD Vine & Berry
In Full Bloom
Let’s Party + Wheel
4 Pr. Decorative SU Scissors (1 Deckle + 3 Asst. Scallops)
Polka Dots & Paisley
Nice & Narrow
Make It Count
Tags So Much
Love Ya Bunches
Delight in Life
Thank You Blocks
Around the Block
Stars & Swirls
Eggplant Envy Classic Ink + Refill
Eggplant Envy Craft Ink + Refill
Positively Pink Classic Ink + Refill
Positively Pink Craft Ink + Refill
Rose Romance Classic Ink + Refill
Rose Romance Craft Ink + Refill
Marvelous Magenta Classic Ink + Refill
Forest Foliage Craft Ink + Refill
$2.00: Positively Pink Jumbo Cartridge + Refill (1/2 full)
Baroque Burgundy Craft
Cardstock @ $.20/sheet 8.5”x11” (you will buy the remaining cardstock):
Rose Romance 19 sheets + scraps $3.80
Forest Foliage 1 new package + 10 sheets + scraps $6.80
Mauve Mist 10 sheets + scraps $2.00
Mint Melody 7 sheets + scraps $1.40
Marvelous Magenta 16 sheets (no scraps) $3.20
Positively Pink 27 non-SU, but match exactly @ .10/ea., + 22 sheets (no scraps) $7.00
This sale is only through Barbara Dondero, Independent SU Demonstrator.
Monday, January 12, 2009
Sunday, January 11, 2009
Saturday, January 10, 2009
Ok, so I was actually done early this week. I completed this first card on Tuesday.....I was determined to be on time!!! So, it sat on my desk since then and sometimes I liked it, and at other times, I did not. Right now, I'm not sure.....I'm thinking that it's ok, but a little "over the top." Remember, I usually like plainer, simpler designs. But still, I thought I'd share.
Well, then I decided to begin again. I came across this background paper by DCWV that has been in my collection for more than a year. The colors in this pattern seem to match our colors almost exactly....and I really like this pattern. This card is much more pleasing to me, but kind of ordinary.....you know, nothing especially different about it! Although I did use paper piecing for the little blue bird and some double layered Prima Flowers with a little glass-type brad inside. (Company source not known for these items!) It's cute....it's ok....and it's certainly easy to reproduce. But, I wanted something even better to share!!
Stamps: Fun & Fast, Sweet & Sassy Sayings
Inks: Basic Black, White Craft
CS: Very Vanilla, Chocolate Chip, Green Galore, Tempting Turquoise, Kraft
Markers: Garden Green, Chocolate Chip, YoYo Yellow
Misc: Wild Wasabi Double Stitched Ribbon**, Hodgepodge Hardware buckle in Antique Copper*, Prima Flowers, "Glass" Bead*
That brings me to this third and final sample. Not long ago, I saw some "quilted" cards using the Top Note die....and you KNOW how much I like using that!! This one was fun, not really difficult, although a tad time consuming. But, it's a bit different, and really showcases the Patterns Pack DSP, Level 1. Each of the papers in this pack are double sided, and they really all kind of coordinate. So, I just cut a bunch of 1" squares and glued them to Whisper White CS, then placed them in the Big Shot and cut out the Big Note. Afterwards, I used a White Gel Pen to create the zig-zag stitch lines. Cool idea, isn't it?!! Then this was turned into a "tent card"....so the black background is just that...a back drop and not a part of the card! Twill was stamped onto a folded piece of Whisper White and the completed Top Note was adhered, but stands up over the top of the stamped base. Does this make sense? Add in the ribbon and the greeting with the cute little addition of the Designer Brad and More Mustard Mini Brad....and Voila!! The card was complete!
Stamps: All Holidays, Twill
Inks: Close to Cocoa, More Mustard
CS: Whisper White, More Mustard, Close to Cocoa
Misc: Taupe Grosgrain**, Top Note Die, Big Shot, Designer Brad, More Mustard Mini Brad, White Gel Pen
So that's my saga for this week's Challenge! LOL It's been a process, as many of these challenges can be....but when all done, I ended up with 3 samples for you! So, maybe you're not too unhappy with me that I'm late? Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you'll take a bit of time to visit the other bloggers. Have a great day! (It's snowing here....maybe I'll find some time to stamp some more!!)
Edited to add: Card #3 does double duty! Not only does it fit the DSP Challenge, but also SBS#24, Friendship Cards. I've been very lax in staying up to date with their challenges! But this one works for last week's requirement.